San Bernardino County residents push back against eminent domain

The concept of using eminent domain to assist homeowners in danger of foreclosure was first introduced in San Bernardino, California when the County explored the idea of addressing negative equity by using private equity to help current borrowers in foreclosure blighted neighborhoods. The controversial plan was for municipalities to use the.

Housing Wire: San Bernardino County Residents Push Back Against Eminent Domain Local residents and mortgage finance experts lined up at a San Bernardino County hearing Thursday to push back against the idea of seizing underwater mortgages through eminent domain. The county set up a special authority committee to consider ideas for addressing.

 · A confidentiality agreement signed by San Bernardino County’s top executive required him to initially keep secret the details of a proposal to use eminent domain to seize underwater mortgages. The county provided a copy of the agreement on Thursday, July 5, in response to a June 19 public records request from The Press-Enterprise.

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Others don’t want the companies to gobble up their land using eminent domain. which would run from Waha to San Elizario, south of El Paso. It, too, has stirred angst along its proposed route, but.

Eminent domain has been discussed in several other smaller cities previously but nothing on the scale of what is being discussed in NYC. In early 2013, an eminent domain plan was halted in San Bernardino County, California because of a lack of community support and fear of unintended consequences.

San Bernardino County Voters Can Still Dissolve Eminent Domain JPA I am on finance TV show the keiser report today reporting from So-Cal’s Inland Empire about a private finance firm, Mortgage Resolution Partners , using San Bernardino County’s CEO Greg Devereaux as their guinea pig in a controversial eminent domain housing plan.

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Eminent Domain After Kelo The researchers tracked residential home price changes from 2006 through 2013 and compared all the cities that have considered the eminent domain plan against the counties and states in which they.